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    Default Refreshing...

    ...to see some architectural work (done beautifully I might add).
    A welcome change to the usual demon/ogre/superhero stuff...

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    great work seb as usual

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    Really inspirational stuff! Thanks for sharing your technique, great to see zbrush used in this way.

    How do you plan on UV-ing and texturing it?

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    My god! The..... the..... the polycount!!! How high is it now?

    Awesome work man. Very cool to see some non-organic work in here.

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    dude, sick.

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    great work here, i'm currently creating building assets for use in a game engine as part of my MSC degree, the buildings seem to share a similar feel (game version below rendered in Max):

    latest.jpg

    I am really interested in your workflow here but have looked through your previous listed threads as someone in this thread suggested and cannot find any related tutorial, could you possibly link it here please?

    PS are you planning on creating a game asset with these?

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    I've been a fan of your work for a while and have learned a ton from your techniques, projects, posts, etc. Actually been hoping for one on architecture since your ZBrush interview. Thanks.

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    inspiring work.....

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    And heres the complete building.
    Would surely need stairs

    step029.jpg
    S├ębastien Legrain A.K.A Sebcesoir

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    Yeahh!!! Thx pixologic, it's damn cool to have Zbrush caps!

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    Thats one amazing building ,extremly detailed.Love the circular windows on the roof.Awsome work.

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    wow amazing man, love the detail and structure what was the end poly count.

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    Fantastic Seb! Great work.

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    I always love how you use z-brush in areas most people have not. Thanks for sharing!
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    Amazing work Sebcesoir !

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    Give this man a ZBrush cap, this is fantastic work Seb...


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